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South of Greenland at greater risk of ice break up

08.12.2010
Category: Polar

Global warming poses a particular threat of rapid disintegration to the southern part of the Greenland ice sheet, according to new research. [more]


Leading climate scientist issues stark warning on climate change

08.12.2010
Category: Climate change

Paleoclimatologist Lonnie Thompson has issued a stark warning about global warming in a new paper: if humans don’t moderate use of fossil fuels, there is a real possibility that we will face the consequences of climate change...[more]


Winds control carbon dioxide exchange at sea

08.12.2010
Category: Oceans

Wind speed is a critical factor determining the exchange of carbon dioxide between the ocean and the atmosphere by stirring up frothy waves full of bubbles, according to new research. This discovery of how much wind speed...[more]


Gulf Stream is not slowing because of global warming says Met Office

07.12.2010
Category: Oceans

There is “no evidence” for a slow down in the Gulf Stream and it is not to blame for Europe's current cold snap despite recent press reports although there is evidence that the Gulf Stream has shut down in the past, according to...[more]


Global warming risks better understood says Met Office

07.12.2010
Category: News

Britain's Meteorological Office has issued an update on the improvements in the understanding of the science of climate change since the last assessment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in 2007. The...[more]


Europe faces even more cold weather this winter

06.12.2010
Category: News

Northern Europe may be facing more severe cold weather spells this year with even more disruption to travel and further deaths while a climate scientist has warned that the current freezing winter may not be a one-off and could...[more]


Cancun climate change conference “official” facts

04.12.2010
Category: Climate change

With the Cancun climate change conference underway, Reporting Climate Science .Com brings you a summary of the key global warming announcements presented by leading organisations and official bodies in the run up to the...[more]


Warming slows as year comes to a cooler end

03.12.2010
Category: News

Satellite data shows that the so called global temperature anomaly for November was the smallest of the year, that the tropics are cooling and that 2010 is in a "dead heat" with 1998 for top billing as the warmest year on record.[more]


Climate scientists defend global warming hockey stick against fresh attack from statisticians

03.12.2010
Category: Paleoclimate

Climate scientists have reacted strongly to an unpublished paper from two US statisticians that criticises the hockey stick global warming temperature graph that has been the subject of previous controversy.[more]


Studying El Nino will help better predict climate change

02.12.2010

Better understanding of the long-term history of El Niño will help enhance short-term prediction of this global climate phenomenon and help mitigate associated natural disasters.[more]


2010 will be among the top three warmest years

02.12.2010
Category: News

This year will be among the three warmest years in the period of instrumental temperature records and this decade from 2001 to 2010 will be the warmest ten year period, the World Meterological Organisation announced during the...[more]


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